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|1.||Pain & Suffering||02:58|
|2.||Legion of Gore||05:24|
|6.||Stuck In The Sewer||03:48|
|7.||Live to Tell||03:38|
|The Kidd Wicked||Producer|
Planned to be released with a front cover/inlay and yellow tape labels. The red and black cover picture taken from ebay is the "Demo Split" tape listed below, and the cover/inlay distributed on the internet with a band photo on the cover is a bootleg, that the band had never seen before it surfaced on the web in recent years. The actual cover art and yellow labelled tapes were only produced in one small run of about 15, which were all brought to one show and given away for free to give the people a taste of the upcoming release, the band not even keeping one for themselves because they planned on having hundreds more within only a couple weeks time, which would have been 100% identical to the ones they gave out that night, had a tragic studio fire not destroyed the master reels, artwork, and equipment before the actual release could happen.
The band proceeded to remake the demo with no covers and blue labels, dubbed from peiced together outtakes that werent in the studio at the time, and duplicated the new tapes on a boom boxes. Hence, most copies (blue label) have very low levels and loud hiss. The original yellow-label ones with art however have the original levels and the recoding is in its fully-produced original form. These copies also start with the 24-track version of "Pain & Suffering", although it isnt printed on the labels.
Recorded on a 24-tracks at Riverside Studio in Cleveland, Ohio in February 1990. After its completion, there was a fire at the studio, and all the reels were destroyed. They were able to peice the demo back together using outtakes and bits of individual tracks that were redone and hence not present on the master. The peiced-together "outtake version" then taken by the band to be duplicated onto a second run of tapes (sometimes on boom boxes and sometimes at home in other means) with typewritten blue labels and sold until November when "Terror Entombed In Terror" was finished and released the same way (although those were duplicated from a completed and mastered cassette recorded from the actual master reels, so although they appear similar and were duplicated the same way, the quality is "Entombed' is extremely higher.